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Be careful before deciding to replace your cell phone screen yourself. New cell phones are may by machines and many are not designed for cost effective repair. They require special tools. The connectors that remove and reconnect screens require special tools so they're not permanently broken or shorted when removing a broken one. Many try to replace their own screens with no experience. They pay $100 for the screen. After the attempted repair they have two broken screens and a broken phone. ThCall around and get the best price from a cell phone repair place. Ask what their labor charge is, if you bring the replacement part
No special tools needed, this Honda has the old type inner and outer wheel bearing's, remove cotter pin, spindle nut slide rotor out, remove wheel bearing, repack new bearing with grease and don't forget to replace grease seal's, install new part's adjust spindle nut and install cotter pin.Good luck,hope this was very helpful.
you can replace just the tie rod yourself although you do need a special tool but you should be able to get it at any parts store just take the outer tie rod loose from the steering knuckle remove the rubber boot from the inner tie rod and get the proper size tool to fit he nut and remove and replace the inner tie rod and install in reverse order make sure to count the amout of turns that removed the outer tie rod and reinstall the same amount of turns then afterward the car needs to be aligned
It's pretty easy, but you need special tools usually, you need a mini Torx driver for a start. There are screws in the battery compartment to be undone, then the phone sort of clips apart, you use a special plastic thin egged tool that slides in between the case halves and gently twist and they snap open... If you look on eBay you will see screen replacement set's, that often come with the tools to do the job, have a look at those to know what you need. After the phone is apart, it all simply clipping cables into sockets etc. It all just very fiddly,and be delicate.
Hello shortschip, See this Post and I think it will get you started (old nickname dh1200s). I believe the FAV6800AW/FAV9800AW use 6207-2rs bearings in the outer tub. I have not replaced so I can?t say for sure. The Service Manual which will take you thru removing the outer tub and Clutch Pulley to remove the spinner assembly. There is a special tool needed to break loose the ¾? nut to remove the Spinner Assembly. I heard of someone removing that ¾? nut with a impact tool. Let us know how you make out The FAV6800AW/FAV9800AW Service Manual for reference. Sears Parts Direct for reference. Check ebay for the bearings. Rich
There is a tool that you can use that will make it easier for you. To get to the tie rod end, remove the wheel and take the outer tie rod end loose from the hub. You will have to use a hammer and hit the socket where the end goes into the hub to free it up. Once you have the tie rod loose from the hub, loosen the nut behind the outer tie rod end. Count the revolutions as you unscrew the outer end off and write te number down so you will know how far to put it back on. This will save your alignment. Now, the end that is still there is your inner tie rod end. You will have to undo the bellows boot to get to the nut. The tool will slide over the end and secure onto the nut. Now you just unscrew this and replace with you new inner tie rod end.
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